2015 Review: #8 Luke Steele

Last year saw Luke Steele make the number one spot his own at Panathinaikos. He missed just one league game during all of 2015 as his side finished as runners-up in the Greek Super League. The former Barnsley stopper kept 15 league clean sheets during the calendar year as the Greens continued to push perennial league champions Olympiacos …

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2015 Review: #9 Rob Vincent

After two seasons with American third tier side Pittsburgh Riverhounds, Rob Vincent had the same number of league goals as he had yellow cards. However, the 2015 season has seen the former Everton and Crewe Alexandra youth player take his game to an unprecedented level. Despite playing in midfield, Vincent fired 18 league goals, triple …

Exclusive interview with Charlotte Independence’s Jack Metcalf

College soccer was all about winning, especially in the ACC conference [where] the fans make the games "real". In an exclusive for English Players Abroad, Jack Metcalf of USL side Charlotte Independence talks about the move to America and what it's been like playing in the Independence's inaugural season. Metcalf began his career closer to …

English Abroad XI 2015/16

With many leagues across Europe beginning this month, it would seem appropriate to look at the players set to stand out this season. To do this, I have selected an English Abroad dream team. The best 18 players who begin their campaigns this month. Goalkeeper: Matt Jones, 28 (Tondela) After three seasons with Belenenses in Portugal, …

Exclusive interview with Hawke’s Bay United’s Ryan Tinsley

In an exclusive for English Players Abroad (EPA), Nottingham-born midfielder Ryan Tinsley talks life down under as the New Zealand Premiership heads towards its finale. At 20-years-old, Tinsley's career has only just began but he is already a key player for both his teams, Hawke's Bay United and Napier City Rovers. Football in New Zealand operates with two …